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    Exclamation How to stop pitch drift in Sytrus?

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    The pitch of my Sytrus instrument changes over time by itself. This is a problem because after about 8 bars it drifts to frequencies too low for my speakers to reproduce (and I want to control the pitch myself with piano roll anyway). Is there some knob or button I can press so that Sytrus sticks to what I command in the piano roll and doesn't just change of its own volition? Thanks.

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    Does it do this on any patch or just a certain one?

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    It looks like it's just for this particular patch. Unfortunately it's not one of the ones that comes with Sytrus by default, but if you can think of anything that would cause this kind of behaviour that would be great.

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    maybee some type of phaser Fx at subtle setings that changes over slow time almost slipping by un-noticed till your like hOLD uP wAIT a mINIT lol I dunno man thats strange you should be able to have complete controll over a waveform unless it is a sample recorded like that but sytrus should be editable every patch. I dont really use it though but sounds like an fx on there

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    Maybe there's just a slow LFO or envelope assigned to the osc pitch?

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